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The formula for density is _______/volume
Particles in a cold gas are moving _________ than particles of a warm gas
The formula for density is mass/________
If something has a density of 1.3g/ml will it float or sink in fresh water?
If you drop a rock in a graduated cylinder and find the volume by how much water went up, you used the method called _________
The density of water is ___ g/ml?
A state change is a ________________________ change.
Hot air particles are ___________ than cold air particles. (Farther Apart/Closer)
The main unit used to measure density is gram/ _____?
What is the main unit used to measure volume of a liquid?
What tool is best used to measure mass?
The ketchup packet sinks when you squeeze it because you added pressure which made the volume of the gas________. Which made it more dense
What two states of matter have no definite shape and no definite volume?
__________ is the amount of space an object takes up
If you have 2 liquids, with densities of 2.5g/ml and 1.3g/ml, where will a block with a density of 2.9g/ml be if you put it in? (Bottom, Top, Middle)
Boyle's Law states that as volume goes up_____________
When a liquid is heated its particles move farther apart and ______
Popcorn pops because water inside turns to _________ and then expands
What is the main unit used to measure volume of a solid?
If you have 2 liquids, with densities of 2.5g/ml and 1.3g/ml, where will a block with a density of 1.7g/ml be if you put it in? (Bottom, Top, Middle)
During a chemical change, there is usually Odor, Heat, Burning, New color, or ______ given off
If you have 5 liquids in a jar the least dense will be on the ___________
If an object has a density of .67g/ml and is placed in a liquid that is .5g/ml, it will
If something has a density of .95g/ml will it float or sink in fresh water?
The amount of mass per unit volume is the __________
If an object has a density of .60 g/ml what percent will be above the water
__________ changes are usually easily reversible
If two objects are the same mass but one is bigger, which one has higher density
Charle's Law states that as temperature goes down_________
A hot air balloon flies because the air inside is less _______ than the outside air
If an object has a density of 1.60 g/ml what percent will be below the water
What tool is best used to measure volume of a liquid?
Gay Lussac's Law states that as temperature goes down_____________
To find the volume of a book you can use the formula: length x width x __________
What is the main unit used to measure mass?
1 cubic centimeter is equal to one_______
During a chemical change, there is usually Odor, _______, Burning, New color, or gas given off
Boyle's Law states that as volume goes down_____________
If you have 5 liquids in a jar the most dense will be on the ___________
The Law of conservation of mass says that Matter can change forms but it can not be _______________
Salt water is ______ dense than fresh water
To find the mass of syrup in a cup you will need to subtract the _____________
What state of matter has a definite shape and a definite volume?
Who is the most awesome teacher in Crossroads?
When you breath out while floating in a pool, you sink because you make your _______
If something has a density of .3g/ml will it float or sink in fresh water?
__________ is the amount of matter in an object
1 ml is equal to 1
______________ gives molecules energy that cause them to vibrate faster, breaking the bonds and melting
Charle's Law states that as temperature goes up_________
If two objects are the same volume but one is heavier, which one has higher density
If you have 2 liquids, with densities of 2.5 g/ml and 1.3g/ml, where will a block with a density of .7g/ml be if you put it in? (Bottom, Top, Middle)
The main unit used to measure density is ____/ml?
What state of matter has no definite shape and a definite volume?

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